By the end of 2017, Google debuted a product, no one couldn’t saw that coming. They introduced Google Clips, an artificial intelligence smart camera, which can capture and save clips on its own. Following is the technical specification of Google Clips, a cute little device that can watch and learn:
Size: It’s a 2-inch tiny device that weighs only 59.9 grams and square shaped which fits anywhere.
Battery: Google Clips is able to capture up to 3 hours with a full charge and can last few days with standby mode. It also has a USB-C port.
Camera: 15FPS clip capture with a 130‑degree field of view. And for protection, it has Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3.
- It has auto low Lux/Night Mode
- It captures Motion photos (JPEGs with embedded MP4s), MP4, GIF, JPEG. No audio.
- With a fixed focus and machine learning technology, it captures the best moments.
Operating System: Google Clips runs on Android 7.0 Nougat or Higher.
Storage and Connectivity: 16 GB flash storage and Wi-Fi direct with Bluetooth LE.
Special Requirements: Google Clips is an offline device which can be connected to your smartphone to see or share the captured moments. But few smartphones have the support for Google Clips such as:
- Google Pixel,
- Samsung Galaxy S7 and S8.
Moreover, all the devices should be running on iOS 10 or greater and Android 7.0 or greater. Google already promised to support other devices as soon as they can. For a full list of the devices, check out the link.